More about Oran Kaufman

More about Oran Kaufman


Attorney Kaufman has participated on numerous panels of continuing legal education seminars and has taught workshops at numerous conferences on topics in the area of family mediation and family law including the following:

 Panelist: "Family Law Motion Practice" - Massachusetts Continuing Education (MCLE) - 1995

"Settlement Options in Divorce"- (MCLE) - 1996

"Practical Skills Workshop: Divorce Demystified"- (MCLE) - 1996, 1997, 1999

"Updating Your Boilerplate"- Massachusetts Bar Association - 1996

"Mediation for Gay, Lesbian and Unmarried Couples"- Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation Workshop- 1996

"Drafting Separation Agreements: Can You be Neutral?"- Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation Conference Workshop- 1996

 "Superglue or Velcro: How to Get Unstuck During Mediation"- Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation Conference Workshop- 1998

"On What Level are We Mediating?"- Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation Conference Workshop-2000

 "The Joy of Conflict"- University of Massachusetts-1998

"Divorce Mediation Training" 30 hour course- The Mediation and Training Collaborative- 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014

"To be or not to be… Directive? Transformative?"- Association of Conflict Resolution Family Section Conference- Denver, CO Summer 2003

"When Disputes Arise"- Alzheimer's Association Conference- May 2006

"Family Law Mediation Training"- MCLE- July 2008-2014

 "The Joy of Conflict"- Amherst Chamber of Commerce, January 29, 2010

"Advanced Family Law Mediation Training"- MCLE- May 7, 2013

Recent Articles by Oran Kaufman



The Benefits of Facilitated Meetings in Guardianships and Conservatorships

 Conflict Resolution Tips For Divorcing Couples

 So You Are Thinking of Becoming a Full -Time Mediator?

 Timing is Everything

 The Benefits of Self Reflection in Your Mediation Practice

 What Can Mediators Draft

 Looking for a Mediator in the Internet Age 

You Call Yourself a Mediator?

More Conflict Resolution Tips For Divorcing Couples

On What Level Are We Mediating?